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    Unless you have this issue secondary to a torn...

    Unless you have this issue secondary to a torn labrum then what are you hoping that they will repair via surgery?

    Have you been to a medical practitioner with weight lifting experience?
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  • There really are too many variables to create a...

    There really are too many variables to create a blanket injury response program because just like right now you need a bunch of options that don't involve gripping.

    With regard to your current...
  • I would 100% agree with you that the vast...

    I would 100% agree with you that the vast majority of PT's focus is stabilizing a problem rather than restoration of function/life which is mind numbing! I started my own clinic because the same...
  • WOW! I love weightlifting but given your...

    WOW!

    I love weightlifting but given your complex medical history it's extremely difficult to provide specific exercises that won't conflict with one or more of your medical issues. The basic but...
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    Pain is tricky... especially when it is something...

    Pain is tricky... especially when it is something like soreness.

    GENERALLY SPEAKING

    It sounds like the soreness you are dealing with is some kind of -itis condition aka arthritis, tendinitis,...
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    It's hard to say 100% without watching you do the...

    It's hard to say 100% without watching you do the movement but odds are you are getting a bit of shoulder impingement. It's not uncommon to feel fine as you raise your arm and then pain during the...
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    I'm with bamazav on this one... Stu McGill is...

    I'm with bamazav on this one... Stu McGill is incredible!

    On a side note, some PT's are great and others not so much. Make sure you find a good one and it will do wonders for your back!
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    Definitely don't worry about the noise in the...

    Definitely don't worry about the noise in the knees unless it is painful. I've never come across a patient who had pain free noises that turned out to be anything worth giving attention to.
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    Very generally speaking... The heavier the...

    Very generally speaking...

    The heavier the load, the more likely you are to disrupt a hernia. Weights are amazing for a number of reasons but max effort lifting may not suit you well.

    With...
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    There are plenty of SFMA folks in the EU, check...

    There are plenty of SFMA folks in the EU, check out the functional movement systems website and search members to find someone certified in the SFMA.

    There are plenty of folks with bony structural...
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    What these guys have said is great info. The...

    What these guys have said is great info. The body is amazing and will heal over time AND you should be moving cautiously through things. I would also consider what kind of mechanic issue you had...
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    It could really be any number of issues but we...

    It could really be any number of issues but we don't really have enough information to actually give a clear answer. If you were previously able to run without pain it probably means you jumped into...
  • The dislocation almost always comes with a labrum...

    The dislocation almost always comes with a labrum tear. If you know what position the shoulder was in when you injured it then you know what position to avoid as you try to get back into things. ...
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